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Barracuda CloudGen Firewall

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Server Page

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The Server page lets you monitor and control virtual servers and services that are present on the Barracuda NextGen Firewall F-Series. To access the Server page, open the CONTROL tab and click the Server icon in the ribbon bar.

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Server Status

The Server Status table displays the status of all available servers. You can see the following information about the virtual servers that have been introduced on your Barracuda NextGen Firewall F-Series:

  • ServerLists all servers and their status, HA partner (optional), and IP in a hierarchical tree. Under the IP node, each defined server IP is listed. Icons indicate the current status of each server:
    • Green – Server is up.
    • Yellow – Server is blocked.
    • Red – Server is stopped.
    • Grey – Server is disabled.
  • Status / Status HA Partner The Status column displays the status of the server. If the system is part of an HA cluster, the Status HA Partner column displays the status of its HA partner. The columns can display any of the following statuses:
    • primary – Server is up and running, either as a single system or as the primary unit in an HA setup.
    • secondary – Server is up and running on the backup unit of an HA setup.
    • standby – Server is in standby and is waiting to take over if the HA partner goes down.
    • down – Server is not running, but is able to start automatically when triggered.
    • block – Server is blocked and unable to start automatically, even if the HA partner goes down.

      A blocked server must always be started manually.

    • disabled – Server is disabled due to environmental conditions, such as when the monitoring IP or monitoring interface is not available.

  • IP Addresses – Lists the IP addresses that the server listens on.

To start or stop a virtual server, click it in the Server Status table (you can also right-click the server) and then select one of the options listed below the table.

Service Status

The Service Status table displays the status of available services. You can view the following information about the services that have been introduced on your system:

When evaluating a service status, make sure to evaluate the current server status.

  • Server / Service – Lists servers and their services in a hierarchical structure. Icons indicate the current status of each server and service:
    • Green – Service is up.
    • Yellow – Service is blocked.
    • Red – Service is stopped.
    • Grey – Service is blocked, stopped, or disabled because its server has been blocked, stopped, or disabled.
  • Num Proc – Displays the number of processes for each service.
  • Num FD – Displays the number of file descriptors used by the service processes.
  • Mem KB – Displays the total memory (exclusive and shared) used by the service processes.
  • Module – Displays the service name and icon.

To start or stop a service, click it in the Service Status table (you can also right-click the service) and then click one of the options listed below the table.

Security Subscriptions

The Security Subscriptions section on the right displays the security features and provides subscription details.

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